Registration and Entry Deadline
Registration is available via RegattaCentral
Opening of Registration: December 8, 2022
Closing of Registration: February 26th, 2023
In order to ensure receipt of entry confirmation as well as important registration updates, make sure to add the @crash-b.org domains to your email address book. Please note that until payment has cleared, all entries are preliminary. It is the responsibility of the entrant to confirm payment has been made. The final confirmed entry list will be posted following the close of Registration. Complete entry list with heat and erg assignments will be posted early-February following the close of registration.
- Individual Entries: $50.00
- 500M Team Entries: $50.00
Entry fees are non-refundable. No Exceptions. Full payment is due prior to the day of the event. Competitors whose fees have not been received in advance of race day will be removed from the regatta entry list.
All events except youth have a heavy weight and lightweight division. Click here for weigh-in rules and weight restrictions.
Flyweight – Women under 115 lbs and Men under 140 lbs. Please note that all Flyweights will compete in the same event, regardless of age.
Team Event – Teams of four, each team member rows 500 meters. The team time is the average of each person’s erg.
500M Sprint Event – Individuals each race 500 meters.
All para events are 2000 meters to match on the water standards – For classifications and more information, click here.
- PR3-B1, PR3-B2, PR3-B3 (formerly LTA-B1, LTA-B2, LTA-B3): allocated to Rowers based on their visual acuity to the standards set by the IBSA.
- IQ of 75 or below (Weschler/WISC/WAIS, Stanford-Binet or Raven)
- Significant limitations in Adaptive Behavior (Vineland, ABAS or Other)
- Onset before age 18
- Diagnosis of Down Syndrome including type (Trisomy 21 or Mosaic)
- Atlanto-Axial Instability status as either clear or asymptomatic
- Athletes with Mosaic Down Syndrome must also provide evidence of intellectual disability
- A formal diagnosis of Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or Asperger’s syndrome carried out by a qualified practitioner using accepted diagnostic techniques.
- Does not meet IQ or Adaptive criteria for Intellectual Disability Class above (for example IQ is over 75).
- They support fair racing within the para events
- They develop valuable performance data once recorded on the Concept2 online world rankings
- The more specific sport category performance data created by their use creates supportive information for governing bodies to best plan performance recognition moving forward
- The nomenclature including the subcategory designation must always be included no matter how awards are distributed.
- As long as the subcategories are carried through to the race results, they can then be incorporated into the Concept2 World Rankings within their respective subcategories as well as their overall PR3 status, creating the very valuable performance comparison data sorted by the more specific subcategories. This can all be done independently no matter how the race organizers decide to award results (by compressing the categories to overall as in the above example or by awarding the specific subcategory as an independent event).